*Dolly-20 votes

Pet Palooza


"Commitment Brings RewARD"

Adoption: Dolly is available for adoption with the Humane Society of Waterville Area
Animal Type: Boxer/ Alaskan Husky Mix
Age: 4 years
Bio: Dolly is a big outdoorsy type of girl and is not afraid to get a little dirt on her paws! She would play fetch for HOURS if she could find the right family to play with her. She is very potty trained, the house is not the place for her to do her business. She wants to be the center of attention therefore cannot have any other pet in the household. She is particular when picking her people, she needs to meet them a few times to make sure they are the ones for her. Once they gain her trust, she opens up to be the friendliest and lovable dog.

What is your ideal day? Dolly would love to lay on the couch in the morning, sleeping in. Breakfast, exercise in the form of fetch for 4 hours, lunch, more exercise, dinner, a night of lounging, and then share the bed with her loving family.

What is your biggest pet peeve? Dolly wants to be the one and only. She can’t stand other animals in your life, she needs all your attention.

Weekly Updates

Week 4

What is your  ideal partner like? Dolly’s ideal partner would be devoted to her and her alone. Someone who is also into exercise like she, and one that will take the time to get to know the real her. One that will give her the space and reassurance everyday that she is the one they want.

Week 3

What survivor skills does you have (if any)? Dolly’s survival skill is endurance. She doesn’t know when to quit when it comes to running. 4 Hours? Easy Peasy.

Week 2

Which type of animal would you evict/ vote out? Dolly doesn’t discriminate, Dog, Cat, pocket pet, she would vote them all out.

Week 1

Are you the type to cry, scream, throw your water bowl at another contestant or standby and watch gleefully? Dolly will most definitely throw a big fit with the other contestants.

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*Donations made for Dolly will be split 50/50 between KBH’s Substance Use Prevention Services and the Humane Society of Waterville Area

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